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Players being tracked:

NameRating Ht./Wt. High School PositionColleges Considering
Anderico Bailey B- 6'1"/175 Eastside High School Wide receiver Kentucky and Vanderbilt
Arthur Williams B 6'2"/170 Glenwood High School (AL) Wide receiver Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Middle Tennessee State, Southern Mississippi and Vanderbilt
Blake Southerland B+ 6'2"/230 Greater Atlanta Christian School Linebacker Vanderbilt
Brandon Brown B 6'2"/185 Cedartown High School Athlete East Carolina, Georgia Southern, Georgia Tech, Middle Tennessee State, Navy, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest
Daniel Hood B+ 6'5"/260 Knoxville Catholic High School (TN) Offensive tackle Alabama, Florida, Georgia Tech, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, UCLA, Vanderbilt and Virginia Tech
David Harding B+ 6'4"/280 Boone High School (FL) Offensive tackle Central Florida, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Kentucky, Southern Mississippi, Vanderbilt and West Virginia
David Carter B- 5'9"/210 Sprayberry High School Running back Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Tennessee and Vanderbilt
David Paulsen A- 6'3"/240 Walton High School Defensive end Air Force, Army, Duke, Georgia, Iowa, Miami-Ohio, Stanford, Tulane and Vanderbilt
Duran Christophe B- 6'6"/270 Woodstock High School Offensive tackle Alabama, Central Florida, East Carolina, Georgia, Indiana, Middle Tennessee State, Tulane and Vanderbilt
Greg Palmer B 6'0"/180 Flowery Branch High School Defensive back Alabama-Birmingham, Furman, Vanderbilt and Wofford
Jerry King B+ 5'11/230 Dunwoody High School Linebacker Alabama-Birmingham, Maryland, Miami-Ohio, Tulane and Vanderbilt
Julian Burnett A 5'11"/222 Westside-Macon High School Linebacker Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, South Carolina and Vanderbilt
Justin Jones A 6'7"/240 Heritage High School Tight end South Carolina and Vanderbilt
Justin Randolph B 5'10"/175 Kell High School Running back Air Force, Furman, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest
Justin Wray B 6'2"/201 Eastside High School Athlete Central Florida and Vanderbilt
Marsalis Teague A- 5'10''/175 Henry County High School (TN) Athlete Clemson, Florida, Georgia Tech, Miami, Tennessee and Vanderbilt
Matt Crisafi A- 6'4"/304 Blessed Trinity Catholic High School Offensive guard Kentucky, Maryland, Rutgers, Tulane, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest
Orwin Smith B+ 6'0"/190 Central High School (AL) Running back Alabama, Alabama-Birmingham, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia Tech and Vanderbilt
Rashard Smith A+ 5'10"/180 Dublin High School Athlete Alabama-Birmingham, Auburn, Georgia Southern, North Carolina State and Vanderbilt
Reuben Faloughi B 6'4"/215 Evans High School Defensive end Connecticut, Georgia and Vanderbilt
Robert Williams B+ 6'0"/185 Camden County High School Defensive back Ball State, Central Michigan, Toledo, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest and Western Michigan
Warren Norman B 5'9"/185 Chamblee High School Running back Vanderbilt
Wesley Johnson B+ 6'5"/245 None Offensive tackle Auburn, Duke, Georgia Tech, Kentucky and Vanderbilt


Cedartown’s Brown to watch Georgia Tech this weekend

9:13 p.m. Thursday, October 9, 2008

Cedartown running back/defensive back Brandon Brown (6-foot-2, 185 pounds) has one official scholarship offer, from Navy. But he has several teams actively recruiting him, including Georgia Tech, Auburn, Wake Forest, Vanderbilt, and lately, Georgia. While he is happy with the offer from Navy, which he received over the summer, Brown would rather see some offers from the other schools recruiting him. “Navy is cool, but I really like Georgia Tech, Auburn and UGA,” he said, Tuesday evening. When asked if he prefers those schools to Navy because they play in better known conferences than the Midshipmen, Brown said, “yeah, something like that.” While he remains undecided on where and when he will take his official visits, Brown said he will be at Tech on Saturday afternoon to watch the Jackets take on Mississippi State. “I don’t know when any of them will offer me,” Brown said of the larger, more prominent schools recruiting him. “I hope they do soon.”

SEC school scouts Newnan QB Russell Powell

3:27 p.m. Thursday, October 9, 2008

Vanderbilt is keeping in contact with Newnan quarterback Russell Powell, who said he is undecided between playing football or basketball in college. “I talked to Vanderbilt the other day, they told me that are recruiting me as an athlete,” Powell said. “They like me at wide reciever or cornerback.” The 5-foot-9, 165-pound Powell said he was told by Vanderbilt that he was still under consideration for a football scholarship, and they would know after evaluating film of the first few games of his senior year. “I feel really good about Vanderbilt’s interest,” Powell said. “It’s one of the top academic schools in the nation. I’m looking for a college to play sports and get a great education.” Powell’s only offer in football is from Air Force, while he also has strong interest from Wofford. In basketball, the point guard has been offered by Furman, Gardner-Webb, Toledo and Harvard

After de-committing to Kentucky, Heritage's Jones sets visit to Alabama

7:02 p.m. Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Alabama, South Carolina and Vanderbilt are hot on the trail of Heritage defensive end Justin Jones, who backed out of his commitment to Kentucky last week. The toughest part of the decision was realizing he won’t be playing college football alongside South Forsyth quarterback and Kentucky commit Brian Adams “Yeah, that [hurt],” said Jones, an AJC’s The Georgia Top 150 choice. “Brian is a good guy and one of my good friends. “But in the end, it’s what’s best for me. And I don’t think Kentucky was best for me.” Jones will now focus on scholarship offers from East Carolina and South Carolina. And Alabama and Vanderbilt are showing strong interest. He has received an invitation to visit Tuscaloosa on Saturday. “I’m going to Alabama for the Kentucky game,” said Jones, who attended junior day last year and a camp this summer in Tuscaloosa. “I’m hoping to pick up an offer [from the Crimson Tide]. South Carolina coaches turned up the heat on Jones when he attended the Gamecocks’ home game with Georgia on Sept. 13. “They made it clear that their offer was still solid, but I was committed to Kentucky at the time,” Jones said. “South Carolina is coming on pretty good and Vanderbilt has come by [Heritage]. Right now, I’m just looking to see what each school has to offer.”

Road Trip: Northview junior DT McCoy to visit Athens

11:15 p.m. Thursday, September 25, 2008

He didn’t grow up a Georgia fan, but Northview junior defensive tackle Denzel McCoy is still hoping for a scholarship offer from the Bulldogs. “Georgia is a great school and it’s close to home,” said McCoy, who will be at Sanford Stadium Saturday night to watch the Dogs play Alabama. “They offer a great education and have a winning program.” McCoy, who attended Saturday’s Mississippi State-Georgia Tech game in Atlanta, was born in North Carolina. He moved to Georgia during the second grade after calling Florida home for a brief period of time. The 6-foot-4, 270-pound lineman picked up a scholarship offer from Oregon earlier today. He already had offers from Alabama, Duke, Georgia Tech, Memphis, North Carolina, N.C. State, Penn State, Stanford, Vanderbilt and West Virginia. He’s eager to see if the Dogs will make their move this weekend when he attends the highly-anticipated SEC contest along with his parents. “I’d say it’s 50-50 that Georgia will offer me on Saturday,” said McCoy, who is being recruited by Bulldogs assistant coach Rodney Garner. “Hopefully, they will. I’ve been receiving a lot of e-mails and mail from them.”

How It Went: Avoiding a hurricane to visit Tulane

9:40 p.m. Sunday, September 14, 2008

The threat of Hurricane Ike didn’t prevent Walton defensive lineman David Paulsen from visiting Tulane this weekend. “We flew in on Saturday morning to Mississippi and drove the rest of the way [to New Orleans],” said Paulsen, who is rated as the 46th-best defensive end in the country by “It really wasn’t too bad. Most of the weather passed around us. I had been [to Louisiana] one time before after Hurricane Katrina hit. It was eye opening to see the actual damage and the things that were closed down from it.” Paulsen, an AJC’s The Georgia Top 150 selection, returned home Sunday afternoon. He was impressed with Tulane. “I finally got out and met with my position coach and the head coach,” Paulsen said. “I got to walk the entire campus. You could walk from one side to the other in about 15 minutes. The whole experience was very good.” Paulsen is mulling over scholarship offers from Air Force, Army, Miami (Ohio), Navy, Tulane and Western Carolina. “I’m waiting to see what Duke, Vanderbilt, Georgia and Oklahoma State are going to do,” he said. “I probably won’t make a decision for another month or so. “But I am seriously considering Tulane.”

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